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We are a mechanical building services contractor who receive your magazine and read it with interest.
I was approached by a service engineer who found himself faced with sorting out a large number of oil-fired appliances that provided space heating and domestic hot water on a rural site that contained a large number of buildings. The only problem was that no technical information on the appliances appeared to be available.
Thoughts on the Renewable Heat Incentive’s (RHI) future are provided by the Heat Pump Association’s (HPA) Graham Hazell.
The sustainability of biopropane and its production process has been a clear area of focus throughout the development of the product (“Biopropane could power Britain, Calor Gas says”, H&V News, 22 October).
I read with interest and concern in equal measure some of the recent comments regarding apprenticeships.
At the risk of continued letter ‘ping pong’, Jeremy Hawksley raises some important points on heat pump suitability.
The announcement that the Barton Renewable Energy Plant is to go ahead is a devastating blow to the people of Trafford, Salford and Manchester.
Could we challenge the heat pump design and installation fraternity to provide positive input for the successful installation of heat pumps?
For many rural heating customers, high-efficiency condensing boilers will be much cheaper than the modifications needed to be heat pump-compatible.
The government’s claims its policies ‘are saving end-users money’ is patently incorrect.